Money may soon be forthcoming as my patent for instant water is about to come through.It will be a salvation for teeming multitudes of thirsty desert dwellers-you simply tear open the package,pour it into your…"
Amazing condition. I have a meager collection of two Arbuckle coffee cards; 1889 and 1893 and a pack of Bull Durham complete with wheat straw papers 1926, thanks to Ebay (good prices). Very difficult to come by now."
Well, you get the dubious honor of becoming my first official friend since I joined a few months back!I'm currently making an off white summer frock suit for an old re enacting friend-single breasted,mid thigh length with slightly rounded front corners,what used to be called a Chesterfield frock(not at all like the overcoat).When it's done I intend to immortalize Kid Lobo wearing his new duds and post it along with some older images and period costume catalogue pages so do keep watching.
I've been quite busy the last couple of days and picked up a great heap of really old California orange crate labels ranging from about ca. 1900-10(RARE!!)up through the post second world war era.Of special interest are some depicting western themes-indians,desert terrain and cowboys and I plan to offer some duplicates on the forum soon so keep watching!There is a 1928 one called Bronco of a cowboy swinging a lariat and at full gallop that's a marvel!
Meanwhile back at the ranch the endless sewing continues!
Thanks for the generous offer but the spirit of H.G.Wells informs me that it is ill advised to time travel alone so perhaps you and I could be in the background with Butch and Sundance.Let me mull the possibilities of this one over a bit.
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